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by Tymoteusz A. Góral

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#2193 Hackers empty ATM by drilling one small hole
ATM thieves had drilled a small hole, wide of about 4 centimeters (1.5 inches), on the side of the ATM's PIN (numbers) pad. After dismantling a similar ATM in their laboratory, Kasperksy researchers realized this hole was right near a crucial ATM component, a 10-pin header.

This 10-pin header wasn't just any connector, but the header for connecting straight to the ATM's main bus, which interconnected all the other ATM's components, from the screen to the PIN pad, and from the internal cash store to the ATM dispenser.
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#2193 Hackers empty ATM by drilling one small hole
#2192 Are you identifiable by extensions, logins and your browser?
#2191 No More Ransom adds 15 new decryption tools as record number of partners join global initiative
#2190 Report: 30% of malware is 0day, missed by legacy antivirus
#2189 Over The Air: Exploiting Broadcom’s WiFi stack (Part 1)
#2188 Advanced Chinese hacking campaign infiltrates IT service providers across the globe
#2187 A free decryption tool is now available for all Bart ransomware versions
#2186 Android beware: State-backed Pegasus spyware is found using phones to eavesdrop and grab data
#2185 Google and Apple issue security updates for critical broadcom WiFi vulnerabilities
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